Brought into a tie game in the ninth inning Monday,
Bell has given up at least one earned run in each of his last three appearances while watching his ERA rise to 4.23 in 27 2/3 innings. Even after allowing four earned runs in his last five games, Bell hasn't blown a save since May 12.
Corbin maintained a 2.28 ERA by throwing eight two-run innings. He'll try again for win no. 10 when he faces the Reds Sunday.
It was Cishek's sixth straight appearance (spanning 5 1/3 innings) without surrendering a hit or a walk, giving him a 3.68 ERA and 1.13 WHIP in 29 1/3 innings.
Making his fourth start of the year, Turner gave up his first home run of the season while watching his ERA rise to 2.16 in 25 innings. He'll face the Giants in San Francisco Saturday.
"We're going to keep an eye on him for a few days," manager Bud Black said Monday. "We didn't want to be too quick to pull the trigger on the disabled list just yet."
Cabrera suffered the injury during a stolen base attempt Sunday and received treatment for the hamstring Monday.
"It's better to miss two or three games here and come back as quick as I can," Cabrera told MLB.com. "... I feel all right. I feel I can play but don't want to play at 50 percent. They said we will give it a couple of days and see how I feel."
Recent acquisition Pedro Ciriaco drew the start at shortstop in Monday's series opener against the Giants.
It was Barney's first home run of June after hitting one home run a piece in April and May, and he extended his hitting streak to six games with the 1-for-4 performance. Barney has hit .214 in 196 at-bats.
All three of his hits were singles and he turned that into two stolen bases. Barnes now has six steals on the season. He is batting .284 for Houston.
The 27-year-old has gone 5 for 12 over his last three games. He's been caught stealing five times.
Mujica had pitched eight straight scoreless outings before giving up the home run Monday, and he remains perfect in save opportunities this season. Only Jason Grilli has saved more games without blowing one opportunity.
His first-inning double drove in Jose Altuve and his third-inning double scored Brandon Barnes.
Castro finished 2 for 4 and is batting .274 with 25 RBI. He's recorded at least one hit in four straight games and is 7 for 15 over that span with three doubles, three runs scored, two homers and five RBI.
The three-run triple gave Viciedo more RBI in one swing than he had in his previous 18 games, CSN Chicago reports.
Viciedo finished 1 for 4 and is batting .223 on the year with 18 RBI. The 24-year-old has just two hits over his last four games, but they are both triples.